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The Uninvited

Released: Jun 01st, 1999
Running Time: 80
Director: David Thompson
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Mark Kramer, Brad King, Mark Hamilton, Will Clark, Chris Michaels, Michael Crawford, Matthew Anders, Sam Dickson, Mark Mason, James Perry, Sean Dickson
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Very stockable for folks who like fantasy storylines along with their sex. Fans of Hamilton and Clark will not be disappointed.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

There is something very strange about psychiatric patient John Doe (Mark Hamilton). In a session with therapist Will Clark, he speaks in circles about having inhabited different bodies over various time periods. This seems to have been done for sexual purposes, of course.

Director David Thompson utilizes a cast of talented newcomers with some reliable veterans mixed in for good measure. Over six sex scenes, there's a good variety of fantasy, included the French artist and model, the violinist and admirer, Roman emperor and slave, and stable boys. The best scenes include one where a sorcerer is overtaken by a super-hung pupil, first sexually and then with his entire being. Viewers may get as exasperated as the therapist with the vagaries of the story. But the final sex scene between Hamilton and Clark is crystal clear: They deliver the video's hottest session.


 

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Michael Crawford
Matthew Anders
Sam Dickson
Mark Mason
James Perry
Sean Dickson
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